Art and artists
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Andy Hurst; Files on Knoxville area Artists. Compiled while he was working on art and frame restoration projects for works by these artists. Also includes some information on works that he did conservation work on.
Ephemera of the September 6, 2012 presentation of two paintings by Barry Spann to the Howard H. Baker Jr. United States Courthouse. Includes invitation to the event, information sheet on the paintings, nomination for East Tennessee Historical Society 2011 Award of Excellence (for the research of the background of the artwork in the Courthouse), and photos of the Barry Spann artwork in the Courthouse.
Box 1: Correspondence, 1958-1971, 1988 + drawings & text re: numbers in French. 6 folders. + copies of scans of the material. Box 2: 23 used paintbrushes and pencils. Note from relative that they were in a French pitcher from PP? Believed to have belonged to and been used by artist Beauford Delaney.
September 26, 1929, letter from [important Nashville woman artist] E[lla] S[ophonisba] Hergesheimer, Reading, Penn., to Mrs. [C. J.] McClung. ALS 2 pp. (1 pc.). Re: details and price of painting a portrait of Matthew McClung from a miniature.
Photocopy of a pencil sketch of the "Edgar Lonas" Bailey Store in Strawberry Plains, Tenn. Signed Doug Griffith. Includes 4.25" x 5.25" black and white photograph of building.
Group portrait at Opening for exhibit featuring Tennessee artists at National Museum of Women in the Arts
Group portrait at Opening for exhibit featuring Tennessee artists at National Museum of Women in the Arts. Left to right: unknown, Patricia Neal, Al Gore, Tipper Gore, Mary Costa, Patricia Howard. December 3, 1993.
Includes article from Knoxville News-Sentinel about opening.
Collage of pen-and-ink drawings of buildings in Morristown Crockett Museum 1796 Main Street 1912 Southern Railway Station 1915 East High School City Hall Mill at Panther Springs Peavine Railroad 1890 People’s Grocery Virginia Hotel 1865 Morristown Fairgrounds 1906 Tate Store - Panther Springs 1870
Jan Lynch family photographs Originals of 3 diaries of Betty Lynch transcribed & scanned by Ed White + one diary of her son Jan Lynch Betty Lynch's 1953-54 diary Betty Lynch's 1955-60 diary Betty Lynch's 1963-71 diary Jan Lynch's 1968-71 diary
Ten notecards released by the Jim Gray Gallery in Gatlinburg (Tenn.) Images include: “Sunning” “High Autumn Ridges” “Gothic Arches” “Afternoon Light” “Heron in Flight” “High in the Smokies” “Cloud Shadows” “Red Tailed Hawk” “Ridge Light” “I Look to the Hills”
"Knoxville, Where Nature and Technology Meet." Joe McChesney, artist. Reed Advertising. Knoxville/Knox County Tourist Commission. 1988. (posters)
"Knoxville, Where Nature and Technology Meet." Joe McChesney, artist. (Printed by?) Reed Advertising. Copyright 1998 Knoxville/Knox County Tourist Commission. Posters received August 10, 2004. (Donor?). 3 copies.
Lloyd Branson, painter at easel with self-portrait. B&W 2.5x3.5” + one copy photograph. Lloyd Branson painted the Taylor family at Greenwood in 1873.
Louis E. Jones glass plate negatives and postcards. Most were made during Jones’ years living in Woodstock, N.Y. The photographs were used to make b&w picture postcards in various series: Kingston N.Y., Ulster, N.Y., Catskills, N.Y., Woodstock, N.Y., and the Great Smoky Mountains. Approximately 40 different postcards.
One B&W Polaroid copy negative of Louis Edward Jones (L.E. Jones) and wife Emma Bucher Jones. Copied March 2001. One 5 x 7” B&W copy photograph of Louis Edward Jones (L.E. Jones) and wife Emma Bucher Jones. [ca. 1940?]. Mr. Jones came from Kingston, NY and was an artist. He owned the Cliffdwellers shop in Gatlinburg.
“Mountain Cinderella and Her Prince” Portrait of Lucinda Williams and Fuller Potter (Acme Photo, Cleveland Bureau)
“Mountain Cinderella and Her Prince” Portrait of Lucinda Williams and Fuller Potter (Acme Photo, Cleveland Bureau) 8-10-1936 (A38153)
National Academy of Design first-prize silver medal awarded to Lloyd Branson, 1875. The medal was designed by William Barber, chief engraver of the U.S. Mint, and cast by the U.S. Mint for the National Academy of Design in silver and in bronze. 2 1/2” diameter. Silver was given to the first-prize winner; bronze to the second. In leather case with blue satin lining, Tiffany & Co., New York. (Case is damaged; in two pieces.)
Color copy photograph of painting, Knoxville Blockhouse by Lloyd Branson.
Poster of Catherine Wiley’s ‘Summer Day At Newport, 1913.’ Color; 29.5 x 28” 1988. 1 pc.
Poster advertising Red Grooms art exhibit at the Knoxville Museum of Art, May 3-August 17, 1997. Color. 22 x 28”.